We recently ran an article on a letter that Russian President Vladamir Putin wrote to the American people, trying to spell out in black and white, the dangers of radical Islamic extremism that faces the free nations of the planet. See full story here: http://ufp.flywheelsites.com/from-russia-with-love-a-letter-from-putin-to-all-americans/
America, it seems, has gotten very soft and needs things spelled out in black and white by the likes of Putin, who has become one of the world’s leading badasses when it comes to dealing with real life threats, and beating them into submission, unlike U.S. President Barack Hussein Obama, who when faced with dire, economic circumstances, prefers to ‘pick up his ball and go home’ and leave his constituents hanging out to dry.
Just in the past two weeks, Islamic radicals have extended their reign of terror on the free world by slaughtering countless innocents at the Westport Mall in Kenya, by taking over an entire city and killing more than 100 people in Zamboanga, Philippines, on the southern island of Mindanao, and by attacking the Russian Embassy in Tripoli, Libya just today.
While a politically correct America, arguably the “soft underbelly of Western Culture” continues to say that Islam is a “religion of peace” badass Russian President Vladamir Putin spells it out in saying, “…I would love to gas the Chechens–all 1.2 million of them. They are like cockroaches, murderous Muslim cockroaches, and if the Chechens had done to Americans what they have done to Russians, maybe the US public would want to join with us. Oh wait, they have: The Boston Bombers, those Tsarnaev brothers, were Chechens. You took them in–against our advice. You put them on welfare for a decade, ignored our intelligence warnings, and then they terror-bomb you. The Chechens deserve to be fumigated. As an aside, what’s wrong with your media? They seem like “useful idiots”–to borrow Lenin’s phrase–for the terrorists. That Rolling Stone cover? Really? That would never happen in Russia.”
For the first time in the history of both nations, more Americans find themselves looking to the Russian president for guidance during these dark times than their own president.
The Universal Free Press contributor Kevin E Lake is an Iraq War veteran and an author. He has published five books. Follow him on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Kevin-E-Lake/160363024038300?ref=hl